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Feb 24, 2013 2:30pm EST
statutory reform and legislation, execution, but there is a principal named walter jackson in houston who took over a turnaround school. these kids were reading at a second and third grade level. he needed people to actually knew how to teach second and third graders but these new english lit. even though the state of texas was enthusiastic about what they were doing, there are rules on the books concerning teachers of record in licensure prohibiting them from signing an elementary teachers. when he talks about looking for opportunities to make sure that your people at the state level are not accidently getting in the way of people wanting to serve kids, there is an enormous expanse of stuff like this that has built up over the decades that is well deserving of your interest. >> we have a few minutes, governors. "we are probably a bit of an anomaly throughout the 50 states because we have a single school system or the entire state. we are an island state, obviously. some the other non contiguous states, alaska, bomb, and others, can relate -- guam and others. i'm not quite sure how it
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